Saad Ahmad Khan
University of Winnipeg
Saad Ahmad Khan is an academic and international human rights lawyer whose work focuses on the dynamics which lead to radicalization of second-generation immigrants in countries such as Canada. Saad’s research into radicalization provides a unique intersection of history, law, psychology, peacebuilding, and sociology. His other areas of research include international law and counter-terrorism, international criminal law, immigrant experiences of resettlement, post-conflict/post-peace accord rebuilding, and civil liberties in a polarized world. Saad has published Perceptions of Ethnicity, Religion, and Radicalization among Second-Generation Pakistani- anadians: Unity in Diversity?